North American Jewish Community Books – USA

United States of America

  1. A student’s guide to Jewish American genealogy – Jay Schleifer, Phoenix, AZ, Oryx Press, 1996
  2. American Jewish genealogy: an annotated bibliography of books of Jewish local history and other subjects of use to genealogists – Janice Mendenhall Regenstein, Wichita,KS, Family Heritage Institute, 1981
  3. Early American Jewry The Jews of New York New England and Canada 1649-1794 & the Jews of Pennsylvania and the South 1655-1790 – Marcus Jacob Rader, Philadelphia, PA, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1953
  4. FAQ: frequently asked questions about Jewish genealogy – Warren Blatt, Teaneck, NJ, Avotaynu, 1997
  5. Finding our fathers: a guidebook to Jewish genealogy – Dan Rottenberg, Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Pub. Co., 1986
  6. First American Jewish families, 600 genealogies, 1654-1988 – compiled by Malcolm H. Stern, Baltimore, MD, Ottenheimer Publishers, 1991
  7. From generation to generation: how to trace your Jewish genealogy and family history – Arthur Kurzweil, New York, NY, HarperCollins, 1994
  8. Getting started in Jewish genealogy – Gary Mokotoff and Warren Blatt, Bergenfield, NJ, Avotaynu, 1999
  9. How to trace your Jewish roots: discovering your unique history – Jo David, Secaucus, NJ, Carol Pub. Group, 1999
  10. Index, Jewish applicants for emergency U.S. passports, 1915-1924 [microform] – U.S. Department of State records, Washington, DC, Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington, 1991
  11. Jewish genealogy beginner’s guide – Irene Saunders Goldstein, compiled by Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington, Vienna, VA, The Society, 1991
  12. Jewish genealogy resources: Mid-Atlantic states – Julian H. Preisler, Apollo, PA, Closson Press, 1999
  13. Jews in the South –Leonard Dinnerstein and Mary Dale Palsson, Baton Rouge, LA, Lousiana State University Press, 1973
  14. Mountain West pioneer Jewry: an historical and genealogical source book, from origins to 1885 – Hynda L. Rudd, with an introduction by William M. Kramer, Los Angeles, CA, W. Kramer, 1980
  15. My generations: a course in Jewish family history – Arthur Kurzweil, New York, NY, Behrman House, 1983
  16. My Jewish roots: a practical guide to tracing and recording your genealogy and family history – David Kranzler, New York, NY, Sepher-Hermon Press, 1979
  17. Sourcebook for Jewish genealogies and family histories – David S. Zubatsky and Irwin M. Berent, Teaneck, NJ, Avotaynu, 1996
  18. The Encyclopedia of Jewish genealogy – Arthur Kurzweil and Miriam Weiner, Northvale, NJ, J. Aronson, 1991
  19. Tracing your Jewish roots – Malcolm H. Stern, Cincinnati, OH, American Jewish Archives, 1977

Alabama

  1. A century of Jewish life in Dixie: the Birmingham experience – Mark H. Elovitz University, University of Alabama Press, 1974
  2. Birmingham’s rabbi: Morris Newfield and Alabama, 1895-1940 – Mark Cowett. University, AL, University of Alabama Press, 1986
  3. Temple Beth- Or Montgomery, Alabama The First 100 Years – Paragon Press, Montgomery, AL, 1952
  4. The gates of heaven: Congregation Sha’arai Shomayim, the first 150 years, Mobile, Alabama, 1844-1994 – Robert J. Zietz Cong. Shaarai Shomayim, Mobile, AL, 1994
  5. The Jews of Mobile, Alabama, 1763 –1841 – Bertram Wallace Korn Hebrew Union College Press, Cincinnati, OH,1970

Alaska

  1. The Jews in American Alaska, 1867-1880 – Rudolph Glanz, New York, NY, H. H. Glanz, 1953
  2. The Jews of Alaska – in the American Jewish Archives, Vol. XV, No. 2, November 1963 at pp. 97-116, Bloom, Jessie S., Cincinnati, OH, 1963.

Arizona

  1. Boots and Roots Fierman – Floyd KTAV Publishing, Hoboken, NJ
  2. Cholent & Chorizo – Abraham S. Chanin, Tucson, AZ, Midbar Press, 1995
  3. Desert Pioneers, The Jewish Experience in Early Arizona – Dissertation 1850-1920 Lamb, Blaine Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
  4. From Charcoal to Banking – Elizabeth Ramenofsky, Western Press, Tucson, AZ, 1984
  5. Frontier merchants: Lionel and Barron Jacobs and the Jewish pioneers who settled the West – Jerry Stanley. New York, NY, Crown Publishers, 1998
  6. Guts and Ruts – Floyd S. Fierman, KTAV Publishing, Hoboken, NJ, 1985
  7. Jewish graves: an index to sites in southern Arizona cemeteries – compiled by Alfred Lipsey, Tucson, AZ, Jewish Historical Society of Southern Arizona, 1996
  8. Jews of the American West – edited by Moses Rischin and John Livingston, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1991
  9. Looking for Lost Bird: a Jewish woman’s discovery of her Navajo roots – Yvette Melanson with Claire Safran, New York, NY, Bard, 1999
  10. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  11. Pioneer Jews in California and Arizona, 1849-1875 – Don W. Wilson, 1967 Journal of the West, Vol. 6 April 1967
  12. Temple Beth Israel: 1920-1970 – Phoenix, AZ, The Temple, 1970?
  13. The Goldberg brothers: Arizona pioneers – Floyd S. Fierman., Cincinnati, OH, 1966
  14. This Land These Voices – Abraham S. Chanin with Mildred Chanin Tucson, AZ, Midbar Press, 1977
  15. Tucson: the building of a Jewish community – by Benjamin N. Brook., Tucson, AZ, Published in cooperation with the Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives at the University of Arizona, 1992

Arkansas

  1. A corner of the tapestry: a history of the Jewish experience in Arkansas, 1820s-1990s – Carolyn Gray LeMaster; with a foreword by Malcolm H. Stern, University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville, AR, 1994
  2. One hundred twenty-five years: Congregation B’nai Israel, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1866-1991, 5627-5752 – The Congregation, Little Rock, AR, 1991
  3. The Centennial History of Congregation B’nai Israel: Little Rock, Arkansas, 1866-1966, 5627-5727 – compiled and edited by Ira E Sanders, Elijah E. Palnick, Little Rock, AR, 1966

California

  1. A history of Jews in Santa Cruz County – Mark Schapiro
  2. A history of pioneer Jews in California, 1849-1870 – Jack Benjamin Goldmann, Berkeley, CA, 1940
  3. A preliminary report on pioneer Jewish cemeteries and communities of the California Mother Lode, Oakland, CA, Commission for the Preservation of Pioneer Jewish Cemeteries and Landmarks – Magnes Memorial Museum, 1963 Related Titles: Pioneer Jewish cemeteries and communities of the California Mother Lode
  4. A report on the Jewish population of San Francisco, Marin County, and The Peninsula, 1959 – San Francisco, CA, Jewish Welfare Federation of San Francisco, Marin County & The Peninsula, 1959
  5. A traveler’s guide to pioneer Jewish cemeteries of the California gold rush – Susan Morris. Berkeley, CA, Commission for the Preservation of Pioneer Jewish Cemeteries and Landmarks, Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1996
  6. Architects of reform: congregational and community leadership Emanu-El of San Francisco, 1849-1980 – Fred Rosenbaum, Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1980
  7. Baja California: Jewish refuge and homeland, Jews in San Diego – Norton B. Stern. Los Angeles, CA, Dawson’s Book Shop, 1973
  8. Blackface, White Noise — Jewish Immigrants in the Hollywood Melting Pot – Michael Rogin, Berkeley, CA, University of California Press, 1996
  9. California Family Newmark, an intimate history – Leo Newmark, M.D., Santa Monica, CA, Norton B. Stern, 1970
  10. California Jewish history; a descriptive bibliography: over five hundred fifty works for the period gold rush to post-World War I – Selected and annotated by Norton B. Stern, Glendale, CA, CA, A. H. Clark Co., 1967
  11. Catalog of western Jewish periodicals, 1849-1945, at the Western Jewish History Center and guide to the resources at other depositories – compiled by Suzanne Nemiroff, Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center at the Judah L. Magnes Mem. Museum, 1976
  12. Comrades and chicken ranchers: the story of a California Jewish community – Kenneth L. Kann. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press, 1996
  13. Congregation Beth Israel, San Diego, CA, The anniversary story, Souvenir history and program commemorating the 75th anniversary of Congregation Beth Israel San Diego, California, 5637-5712 – San Diego, CA, 1952
  14. Dance among the Sephardic Jews from Rhodes living in Los Angeles – Marcia Aron Barryte. 1984
  15. Early San Francisco Jewry – Edgar Myron Kahn,. San Francisco, CA, 1955
  16. Free to choose: the making of a Jewish community in the American West; the Jews of Oakland, California from the gold rush to the present day – Fred Rosenbaum. Foreword by Sheldon Rothblatt. Berkeley, CA, Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1976
  17. From the workers’ state to the Golden State: Jews from the former Soviet Union in California – Steven J. Gold. Portion of Title: Jews from the former Soviet Union in California Boston, MA, Allyn and Bacon, 1995
  18. Glimpses of Jewish life in San Francisco: history of San Francisco Jewry – Michael M. Zarchin, San Francisco, CA, Distributed by the author, 1952
  19. History of the Jews of Los Angeles – Max Vorspan and Lloyd P. Gartner. San Marino, CA, Huntington Library, 1970
  20. Jewish farmers in California – Jacob M Maze, New York, NY, 1958-59
  21. Jewish life in Los Angeles: a window to tomorrow – Neil C. Sandberg, Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 1986
  22. Jewish life in Northern California: Pacific pioneers, 1849-1945 – Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1984
  23. Jewish Los Angeles: a guide – edited by Neil Reisner; designed by Zev Harari; editorial assistance by Deborah Schwartz, Nadine Wildman, Los Angeles CA, Jewish Federation-Council of Greater Los Angeles, 1976
  24. Jewish Los Angeles–a guide: everything Jewish under the sun – Stephen J. Sass, Los Angeles, CA, Council on Jewish Life, Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, CA, 1982
  25. Jews in early Santa Monica; a centennial review – Santa Monica, CA, Western Area Council, Jewish Federation-Council of Greater Los Angeles, 1975
  26. Los Angeles Jewry in 1870 – Henry Wartenberg; with a biographical introduction. Santa Monica, CA, Norton B. Stern, 1977
  27. Nothing left to commemorate, the story of the pioneer Jews of Jackson, Amador County, California – Harold Sharfman, Glendale, CA, A. H. Clark, 1969
  28. Old Town, New Town: An Enjoyment of San Diego Jewish History – William M Kramer, editor Stanley and Laurel Schwartz, Associate Editors Western States Jewish History 1994
  29. Our city, the Jews of San Francisco – Irena Narell. 1st ed. San Diego, CA, Howell-North Books, 1981
  30. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  31. Pioneer Jews of the California Mother Lode, 1849-1880, an annotated bibliography – compiled by Sara G. Cogan. Foreword by Moses Rischin, Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, 1968
  32. Sephardic Jews in the West Coast states – William M. Kramer, editor; editorial consultants, Aaron Hasson and Maurice Bob Hattem. Los Angeles, CA Published for the Skirball Cultural Center by Western States Jewish History Association, 1996
  33. Sonora Hebrew Cemetery, Sonora, Tuolumne Co. California – 1990. Hart Ralph Tambs
  34. Studies of the Jewish communities in San Diego County and the North City area of San Diego: 1979 long range planning report – Chula Vista, CA, D. B. Rosen & Associates, 1980
  35. Temple Beth El Bakersfield, CA 1947 -1972 – Temple Beth El, Bakersfield, CA, 1972
  36. The birth of modern Los Angeles Jewry, including an honor roll of 900 leaders and supporters of its first Federation, 1912 – Compiled and collated by Norton B. Stern. With an introduction by William M. Kramer. Santa Monica, CA, 1973
  37. The first decade of Los Angeles Jewry: a pioneer history (1850-1860) – Justin G. Turner,. Philadelphia, PA, 1964
  38. The history of the Jews of Santa Cruz, California – Lance Bayer,. 1973
  39. The Jews in California – Martin A. Meyer, San Francisco, CA, Emanu-el, 1916. Western Jewry; an account of the achievements of the Jews and Judaism in California, including eulogies and biographies
  40. The Jews in the California Gold Rush – Robert E. Levinson, New York, NY, KTAV Pub. House, 1978
  41. The Jews of California, from the discovery of gold until 1880 – by Rudolf Glanz. New York, NY, 1960
  42. The Jews of Los Angeles, 1849-1945: an annotated bibliography – compiled by Sara G. Cogan; with a foreword by Moses Rischin, Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1980
  43. The Jews of Los Angeles: urban pioneers – edited by Norton B. Stern, Los Angeles, CA, Southern California Jewish Historical Society, 1981
  44. The Jews of Riverside: an informal narrative – Samuel Reznick. Riverside, CA, Temple Beth El Sisterhood, 1983
  45. The Jews of Sacramento, an historical outline from 1849 to 1903 – Bernard M. Kaplan, 1903
  46. The Jews of San Francisco & the Greater Bay Area, 1849-1919; an annotated bibliography – Compiled by Sara G. Cogan. With a foreword by Moses Rischin, Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, 1973
  47. The Jews of Santa Cruz: the first eighty years: 1854-1934 – George J. Fogelson. Santa Barbara, CA, Southern California Jewish Historical Society, 1982
  48. The Jews of the West, the metropolitan years – edited by Moses Rischin, Waltham, MA, Published by the American Jewish Historical Society for the Western Jewish History Center of the Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, Berkeley, CA, 1979
  49. The name is familiar: an historical portrait of Bay Area Jewry from the Magnes Collections: October 21, 1990-February 24, 1991 – Berkeley, CA, the Museum, 1990
  50. The Sephardic Jewish community of Los Angeles – Stephen Stern, New York, NY, Arno Press, 1980, 1977
  51. We brought Sinai to San Joaquin: story of the Jews of Kern County – Shirley Ann Newman, Bakersfield, CA, Temple Beth El, 1998

Colorado

  1. A Centennial History of the Jews of Colorado, 1859-1959 – Allen duPont Breck, Denver, CO, Hirschfeld Press, 1960
  2. A Colorado Jewish family album, 1859-1992 – Denver, CO, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society and the Ira M. Beck Memorial Archives, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver, 1992
  3. A guide to the Jewish Rockies, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming – Amy Shapiro; illustrated by Margaret Johnson. Denve, CO, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver, 1979
  4. Aaron, approximately – Zachary Lazar, New York, NY ReganBooks, 1998
  5. Exploring Jewish Colorado – by Phil Goodstein, Denver, CO, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society: Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver, 1992
  6. Historic Jewish Denver – Jeanne E. Abrams, Denver CO, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver, 1982
  7. Inventory of the church archives of Colorado. Jewish bodies – prepared by the Colorado Historical Records Survey, Division of Community Service Programs, Work Projects Administration. Sponsored by Department of State of Colorado, Denver, CO, The Colorado Historical Records Survey, 1941
  8. Jews of the American West – edited by Moses Rischin and John Livingston, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1991
  9. Look to the hills – Hazel Krantz, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society, 1995
  10. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  11. Pioneers, peddlers, and tsadikim: the story of the Jews in Colorado – Ida Libert Uchill, Boulder, CO, Quality Line Print. Co., 1979 printing, 1957
  12. Report of Mr. Julius Schwarz on the colony of Russian refugees at Cotopaxi, Colorado, established by the Hebrew emigrant aid society of the United States, 1882 – New York, NY, Hebrew emigrant aid society of the United States, 1882
  13. Temple Emanuel of Denver; a centennial history – Marjorie Hornbein, Denver, CO, A. B. Hirschfeld Press, 1974
  14. The centennial history of the Jews of Colorado, 1859-1959 – Allen duPont Breck,. Denver, CO, Hirschfeld Press, 1960
  15. Treasures of Judaica at the University of Denver Libraries – Denver, CO, Denver University Libraries? 1969?
  16. West Side Story Relived, a collection of individual histories and photographs chronicling life on the Jewish west side of Denver over the past 100 years – compiled and written by Michael Jay Zelinger, Denver, CO, West Side Reunion Committee, 1987

Connecticut

  1. A goodly heritage; the story of the Jewish community in New London, 1860-1955 – Esther Sulman with the collaboration of Leonard J. Goldstein. New London, CT, 1957
  2. An American Jewish community, 50 years, 1889-1939: the sociology of the Jewish community in Stamford, Connecticut – Samuel Koenig for Work Projects Administration, Federal Writers Project for the State of Connecticut, 1940
  3. Congregation B’nai Jacob, one hundred years: 1882-1982 – Woodbridge, CT, 1982
  4. Connecticut Jewish history: a publication of the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford – West Hartford, CT, The Society, 1990
  5. Hartford Jews, 1659-1970 – Morris Silverman, Hartford, CT, Connecticut Historical Society, 1970
  6. Jewish Cemeteries of Five Counties of Connecticut – Rabbi Edward A. Cohen and Lew Goldfarb (covers Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, Tolland and New London Counties. New Haven County and Fairfield County are represented but not complete) 1998
  7. Jews in New Haven – a publication of the Jewish Historical Society of New Haven. New Haven, CT, The Society, 1978
  8. Jews in New London, Conn. – A Goodly heritage; the story of the Jewish community in New London, 1860 – 1955 – Esther Sulman with the collaboration of Leonard J. Goldstein. New London, CT, 1957
  9. Making a life, building a community: history of the Jews of Hartford – David G. Dalin and Jonathan Rosenbaum. New York, NY, Holmes & Meier, 1997
  10. The Jewish community of Colchester, Connecticut: a century of modern shtetl living – Seymour S. Weisman. West Palm Beach, FL, Hadeira Press, 1995
  11. The Jews of New England (Other than Rhode Island) – by Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, Lord Baltimore Press, 1903

Delaware

  1. A historical review of the Jewish Community Center of Wilmington, Delaware, inc., 1901-1965 – Harry Bluestone, Wilmington, DE, Jewish Community Center, 1971
  2. Becoming American, remaining Jewish: the story of Wilmington, Delaware’s first Jewish community, 1879-1924 – Toni Young. Newark, DE, University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses, 1999
  3. Delaware and the Jews – Toni Young, JHS of Delaware 1979
  4. Delaware Jewry: the formative years 1872-1889 – M. David Geffen Wilmington, DE, Delaware Historical Society, 1975
  5. History of the Jew in Delaware and of men and women who love their neighbors as themselves – Wilmington, DE, A. R. Saylor printing company, 1922
  6. In Celebration of Freedom – Jewish Federation of Delaware, Wilmington, DE, 1990
  7. Jewish cemeteries of the Delmarva Peninsula: a burial index for Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore – Julian H. Preisler. Westminster, MD, Family Line Publications, 1995
  8. Jewish Delaware: history, sites, communal services, history and sites – Bernard Postal, Lionel Koppman; research, editing and layout, David Geffen; communal services, Paula Lehrer, Ellen Meyer; photographs, Howard Shapiro
  9. Off the capes of Delaware, stories of American Jewish heroes – Benjamin W. Blandford, Cincinnati, OH, The Riverdale Press, 1940
  10. Study of the Jewish Population in Northern Delaware (a report of the Committee on Jewish Population Survey) – Wilmington, DE, The Committee, 1962
  11. Temple Beth Shalom fifty-year historical record, 1922-1972 – Wilmington, DE, The Temple, 1973?

District of Columbia

  1. Adas Israel Cemetery in Washington – D.C. [microform] burials, 1870-1919, Suzan F. Wynne, project coordinator, Washington, D.C., 1991
  2. Burials in the old section of the Washington Hebrew Cemetery – [microform], compiled by the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington and the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington, 1990
  3. Capital collections: resources for Jewish genealogical research in the Washington, D.C. area – edited by Sharlene Kranz, Vienna, VA, Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington, 1995
  4. Interment list, 1856-1911, Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, D.C. – Microreproduction of original records at the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH, filmed, 1977
  5. Jews in Greater Washington; a panoramic history of Washington Jewry for the years 1795-1960 – Hillel Marans, Washington, DC, 1961
  6. The Assembly: a century in the life of the Adas Israel Hebrew Congregation of Washington, D. C. – Stanley Rabinowitz, Hoboken, NJ, Ktav Pub. House, 1993
  7. The Jewish community of Washington, D.C. during the Civil War – Robert Shosteck, Reprinted from “American Jewish historical quarterly,” vol. 56, no. 3 (March, 1967)
  8. The Jewish population of Greater Washington in 1956; report on an interview survey of size, social characteristics, residential mobility, community participation, and observance of some traditional Jewish practices – Stanley K. Bigman, Washington, DC, Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, 1957
  9. The Jews of Washington, D. C.: a communal history anthology – edited by David Altshuler, Washington, DC, Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington, 1985

Florida

  1. A home for beginning again: the Jewish Home and Hospital for the aged at Douglas Gardens: the first fifty years – Paul S, George Public Relations and Marketing Dept of the Miami Jewish Home for the aged, 1996
  2. An enduring covenant: Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami, 1938-1988 – Paul S. George., Miami Beach, FL, The Temple, 1989?
  3. From confederacy to federation: a history of the Sarasota-Manatee Jewish Community – Florence S. Sinclair. Sarasota, FL, The Federation, 1992
  4. Index to Florida Jewish history in the American Israelite, 1854-1900 – Yael Herbsman; with a foreword by Samuel Proctor. Gainesville, FL, University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, 1992
  5. Jews of the South: selected essays from the Southern Jewish Historical Society – edited by Samuel Proctor and Louis Schmier with Rabbi Malcolm Stern, Macon, GA, Mercer University Press, 1984
  6. MOSAIC–Jewish life in Florida: a documentary exhibit from 1763 to the present – Henry Alan Green, Marcia Kerstein Zerivitz, Coral Gables, FL, MOSAIC, Inc., 1991
  7. My love affair with Miami Beach – photographs, Richard Nagler; introduction & commentary, Isaac Bashevis Singer. New York, NY, Simon & Schuster, 1991
  8. Synagogue in the central city: Temple Israel of Greater Miami, 1922-1972 – Charlton W. Tebeau. Coral Gables, FL, University of Miami Press, 1972
  9. Tampa Jewish Pioneers – Tampa Historical Society
  10. Temple Emanu-el of Greater Miami, 1938-1988: an enduring covenant – Paul S. George The Temple 1988
  11. Temple Israel of Tallahassee, Florida, 1937-1987 – Claire B. Levenson; illustrations editor, Berdie M. Mandelkern., Tallahassee, FL, Peninsular Pub. Co., 1987
  12. That Ye May Remember, Temple Ahavath Chesed Jacksonville. 1882-1982 – Natalie H. Glickstein. Byron Kennedy and Company Publishers, St. Petersburg, FL
  13. The Golden anniversary book of Congregation Beth El – Aaron Cohen, editor., West Palm Beach, FL, The Congregation, 1976
  14. The Jewish community of Miami Beach – Jewish Theological Seminary of America. American Jewish History Center, 1954
  15. The Jews of Greater Miami: an historical perspective – Thesis, Martin Shaw, Atlantic University 1992
  16. To the golden cities: pursuing the American Jewish dream in Miami and L.A. – Deborah Dash Moore. New York, NY, Free Press; Toronto, Ontario, Maxwell Macmillan Canada; New York, NY Maxwell Macmillan International, 1994

Georgia

  1. A history of the Ahavath Achim Congregation, 1887-1977 – Kenneth W. Stein, Atlanta, GA, Standard Press, 1978
  2. As But A Day: to a hundred and twenty, 1867-1987 – Janice Blumberg Rothschild. Atlanta, GA, Hebrew Benevolent Congregation
  3. Coming of age: the Atlanta Jewish Federation, 1962-1982 – Max C. Gettinger. Hoboken, NJ, Ktav, 1994
  4. Creating Community – The Jews of Atlanta, 1845-Present – Jane D. Leavey, Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Jewish Federation 1994
  5. From generation to generation: a centennial history of Congregation Ahavath Achim, 1887-1987 – Doris H. Goldstein; Norman Shavin, editor. Atlanta, GA, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, 1987
  6. Jewish Graves in Georgia: Bainbridge, Columbus, Dalton, Thomasville, Valdosta – J. Kenneth Ginburg, The Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia, Inc
  7. Jews of the South: selected essays from the Southern Jewish Historical Society – Samuel Proctor and Louis Schmier with Rabbi Malcolm Stern, Macon, GA, Mercer University Press, 1984
  8. Our Southern Landsman – Harry Golden, New York, NY, G. P. Putnam’s, 1974
  9. Reflections of southern Jewry: the letters of Charles Wessolowsky, 1878-1879 – Louis Schmier. Macon, GA, Mercer University Press, 1982
  10. Savannah’s old Jewish community cemeteries – B.H. Levy. Macon, GA, Mercer University Press, 1983
  11. Sephardim & a history of Congregation Or VeShalom – Sol Beton. Atlanta, GA, The Congregation, 1981
  12. Strangers within the Gate City: the Jews of Atlanta, 1845-1915 – Steven Hertzberg, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1978
  13. The burials of Congregation Beth Israel, Macon, Georgia, in William Wolff Cemetery and in the Hebrew burial ground – Marian Waxelbaum Kaufman, Gus Bernd Kaufman., Macon, GA, M.W. Kaufman, 1983
  14. The Jewish burials of Macon, Georgia in these Rose Hill cemeteries: the Hebrew Burial Ground, 1844, the congregation B’Nai Israel, 1870, Beth Israel’s William Wolff, 1879, the Hebrew Aid Society, 1898, Congregational Sherah Israel, 1923, the Workman’s Circle, 1930, and other Macon cemeteries, 1844-1997, 5604-5757 – Marian Waxelbaum Kaufman, Gus Bernd Kaufman. Macon, GA, M. Kaufman, 1997
  15. The Jews of Georgia from the outbreak of the American revolution to the close of the 18th century – Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, 1909
  16. The Jews of Georgia in colonial times – Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, 1902
  17. The Minis family of Georgia, 1733-1992 – Kaye Kole. Savannah, GA, Georgia Historical Society, 1992
  18. The settlement of the Jews in Georgia – Chas. C. Jones, jr., Baltimore, MD, Press of the Friedenwald company, 1893?
  19. Third to none: the saga of Savannah Jewry, 1733-1983 – Saul Jacob Rubin. Savannah, GA, S. J. Rubin, 1983
  20. United for worship and charity: a history of Congregation Children of Israel – Jack Steinberg., Augusta, GA, J. Steinberg, 1983

Hawaii

None

Idaho

  1. History of the Jews in Utah and Idaho – Juanita Brooks, Salt Lake City, UT, Western Epics, 1973
  2. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984

Illinois

  1. A guide to Jewish Chicago (including Illinois and Northern Indiana) – Manuel Silver, Chicago, IL, 1974
  2. A Jewish-Chicago records survey: guide to the records of the Jewish community institutions of West Rogers Park, Chicago, Illinois – Irwin M. Berent and Joy Liljegren, Chicago, IL, Asher Library, Spertus College of Judaica, 1984
  3. Bridges to an American city: a guide to Chicago’s Landsmanshaften, 1870 to 1990 – Sidney Sorkin. New York, NY, P. Lang, 1993
  4. Chicago and its Jews; a cultural history – Philip Pollack Bregstone, with an introduction by Julian W. Mack. Chicago, IL, Priv. pub. 1933
  5. Guide to Jewish Chicago, American Jewish Congress – editor, Manuel Silver, assit. editor, Rivian Flack, Chicago, IL, The Congress, 1976
  6. History of the Jews of Chicago – edited by Hyman L. Meites; new introduction by James R. Grossman; foreword by Thomas R. Meites and Jerome B. Meites. Chicago, IL, Chicago Jewish Historical Society, Wellington Pub, 1990
  7. Marriage ceremonial book with marriage records, 1899-1919, Contains marriages at Kalamazoo and Grand Junction, Michigan, 1899; Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1902-1904; Bloomington, Taylorville and Chicago, Illinois, 1905-1907; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908; New York, 1908-1909, 1919 – Leo Mannheimer, Salt Lake City, UT, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  8. Maxwell Street: survival in a bazaar – Ira Berkow; special photos. by Walter Iooss, Jr, Garden City, NY, Doubleday, 1977
  9. Rodfei Zedek: the first hundred years – Carole Krucoff; foreword by Ralph Simon, Chicago, IL, Congregation Rodfei Zedek, 1976
  10. The Illinois-Iowa Jewish community on the banks of the Mississippi river – Oscar Fleishaker. 1957
  11. The Jews of Chicago: from shtetl to suburb – by Irving Cutler, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Press, 1996
  12. The Sentinel’s history of Chicago Jewry, 1911-1961 – Chicago, IL, 1961? Related Titles: History of Chicago Jewry, 1911-1961
  13. The South Side: the racial transformation of an American neighborhood – Louis Rosen, Chicago, IL, Ivan R. Dee, 1999

Indiana

  1. A brief history of the Lafayette Orthodox Hebrew Free Loan Society – Chester E. Eisinger. Preface to the history of the Jewish people and a sketch of the Jewish congregation in the city of Muncie, Indiana, Alexander L. Shonfield. The American heritage–roots of greatness, Joseph Levine. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1977
  2. A History of the Jewish Community of Indianapolis 1849-Present – Judith Endelman Indiana University Press 1984
  3. A Hoosier rabbinate – Morris M. Feuerlicht. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1974
  4. A user’s guide to the Fort Wayne holdings: the Indiana Jewish Historical Society – Fort Wayne, IN, The Society, 1995
  5. As we remember: early history of the Jewish community in Gary, Indiana – A Litvak in Hammond. — A cross blazed in every park in Hammond – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1986
  6. Changes in Fort Wayne – Joseph Levine. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1990. Series title: Publication (Indiana Jewish Historical Society); no. 26, Publication (Indiana Jewish Historical Society); no. 26
  7. Congregation B’nai Torah, the first 50 years – Mrs. Nandor Fruchter. Indianapolis, IN, Congregation B’nai Torah, 1973
  8. History of the Jewish community of Columbus, Indiana – Gladys Kaminsky. Searching for your Jewish roots, Abraham J. Peck. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1978
  9. Hoosier Israelites on the Ohio–a history of Madison’s Indiana Jews – Elizabeth Shaikun Weinberg
  10. Indiana Jewish history – Jeanette Goldhar and Frances Nelson; Daniel Levin; Arthur Meyers. Indianapolis, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1992
  11. Indiana Jewish Pioneers, Articles by or about Indiana Jews – Ruth Uyesugi, et.al., Fort Wayne, IN Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1982
  12. Intimate circles: nineteenth-century German Jewish immigrants in northeastern Indiana – Judith Saul Stix., St. Louis, MO, J.S. Stix, 1989
  13. Jewish life in Indiana – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1980 Series title: A Publication of the Indiana Jewish Historical Society, A Publication of the Indiana Jewish Historical Society
  14. John Jacob Hays: the first known Jewish resident of Fort Wayne – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1973
  15. Middletown Jews: the tenuous survival of an American Jewish community – Dan Rottenberg; with an introduction by Dwight W. Hoover. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1997
  16. The emergence of a Jewish community in Richmond, Indiana – Lance Jonathan Sussman. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1981
  17. The first hundred and twenty-five years of Achduth Vesholom Congregation,Fort Wayne, Ind. – Ruth G. (Mrs. Elmer S.) Zweig. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1973
  18. The History of the Jewish community of Valparaiso, Indiana. Socio-economic survey of the Jewish community of Marion, Indiana. Three journeys: a short story – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1976
  19. The Jewish community of Indianapolis, 1849 to the present – Judith E. Endelman. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1984
  20. The Jewish experience in Indiana before the Civil War: an introduction – W. William Wimberly, II. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1976
  21. The Jews of Hammond, Indiana: their homes and businesses 1937-1954 and today – Daniel Levin
  22. The Jews of Ligonier: an American experience – Lois Fields Schwartz. Fort Wayne, IN, Jewish Historical Society, 1978

Iowa

  1. A century with Iowa Jewry; as complete a history as could be obtained of Iowa Jewry from 1833 through 1940 – Jack Wolfe, Des Moines, IA, Printing & Supply Co., 1941
  2. A history of the Sioux City Jewish community, 1869 to 1969 – Bernard Shuman, Sioux City, IA, Jewish Federation, 1969
  3. I remember when-personal recollections and vignettes of the Sioux City Jewish community, 1869-1984 – compiled by Susan Marks Conner. Sioux City, IA, Jewish Federation, 1985
  4. Jews in Iowa – History – Oscar Fleishaker, Yeshiva Univsrity, 1957
  5. Northwest Pioneer: The Story of Louis Fleischner – Alfred Apsler, Covenant Books/Jewish Publication Society, 1960
  6. The Jews of Des Moines: the First Century – Frank Rosenthal with Introduction by William D. Houlette, Des Moines, IA, Jewish Welfare Federation, 1957
  7. The Jews of Iowa – Simon Glazer, Des Moines, IA, Koch Bros. Printing Co., 1904
  8. Wapello County, Iowa, cemeteries of Center Township (includes Jewish Cemetery as well as non-Jewish ones) – compiled by Wapello County Genealogical Society, Des Moines, IA, Iowa Genealogical Society, 1985

Kansas

  1. Kansas state : circumcision book, 1884-1916 – Microreproduction of original records at the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH, Salt Lake City, UT, Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  2. Mid-America’s promise: a profile of Kansas City Jewry – edited by Joseph P. Schultz, Kansas City, MO, Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City; Waltham, MA, American Jewish Historical Society, 1982
  3. Roots in a moving stream; the centennial history of Congregation B’nai Jehudah of Kansas City – 1870-1970 – Frank J. Adler, Kansas City, MO, The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah, 1972

Kentucky

  1. Adath Louisville: the story of a Jewish community – Herman Landau. Louisville, KY, H. Landau and Associates, 1981
  2. History of the settlement of Jews in Paducah and the lower Ohio valley – Paducah, KY, 1912
  3. The synagogues of Kentucky: architecture and history – Lee Shai Weissbach, Lexington, KY, University Press of Kentucky, 1995
  4. Unity in community, 40; four decades of federation in Louisville, 1934-1974 – Clarence F. Judah., Louisville, KY, Jewish Community Federation of Louisville, 1974

Louisiana

  1. A guide to church records in Louisiana, 1720-1975 – Indexes to Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish churches in Louisiana – Donald J. Hebert, Eunice, LA, 1975
  2. A social and economic study of the New Orleans Jewish community – Julian B. Feibelman, Philadelphia, PA, 1941
  3. An index of “Four score and eleven,” a history of the Jews of Rapides Parish, Louisiana, 1828-1919 – Martin I. Hinchin, Alexandria, LA, 1987
  4. Civil War Diary of Clara Solomon: Growing Up in New Orleans, 1861-1862 – Elliott Ashkenazi, Louisiana State University Press, 1995
  5. History of the Jews of Louisiana – New Orleans, LA, 1903
  6. Inventory of the church and synagogue archives of Louisiana. Jewish congregations and organizations – Prepared by the Louisiana Historical records survey, Division of Community Service Programs, Work Projects Administration, The Dept. of Archives, Louisiana State University, University, LA, 1941
  7. Profile of a Community: a sociological study of the New Orleans Jewish community – Leonard Reissman., New Orleans, LA, Jewish Federation of New Orleans, 1958
  8. The Business of Jews in Louisiana, 1840-1875 – Elliott Ashkenazi, Tuscaloosa, AL, University of Alabama Press, 1988
  9. The early Jews of New Orleans – Bertram Wallace Korn, Waltham, MA, American Jewish Historical Society, 1969
  10. The eternal stranger; a study of Jewish life in the small community – Benjamin Caplan, New York, NY, Bookman Associates, 1957
  11. The Jews in Louisiana – Leo Shpall, New Orleans, LA, Steeg Print. & Pub. Co., 1936
  12. Time’s Tapestry – Four Generations of a New Orleans Family – Leta Weiss Marks, Baton Rouge, LA, Louisiana State University Press, 1977

Maine

  1. Crossing lines: histories of Jews and Gentiles in three communities – Judith S. Goldstein. New York, NY, Morrow, 1992
  2. Portland Jewry, its growth and development – Benjamin Band. Portland, ME, Jewish Historical Society 1955
  3. Some jewels of Maine: Jewish Maine pioneers – Celia C. Risen. Portion of Title: Jewish Maine pioneers Pittsburgh, PA, Dorrance Pub. Co., 1997
  4. The Alperts and Cohens of Bangor, Maine – Jordan S. Alpert. San Francisco, CA, J. S. Alpert, 1990
  5. The Jews of New England (Other than Rhode Island) – Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, Lord Baltimore Press, 1903
  6. The Making of an Ethnic Middle Class: Portland Jewry over Four Generation – William Toll Albany, NY, State University of New York Press 1982

Maryland

  1. A history of Congregation Shearith Israel of Baltimore, on the threshold of a century – Arnold Blumberg. Baltimore, MD, The Congregation, 1970
  2. A pictorial history of Maryland Jewry – Abraham Dave Glushakow, Baltimore, MD, Jewish Voice Pub. Co, 1955
  3. And so they came: the Jewish experience of settlement in Maryland, 1656-1929 – the inaugural exhibit of the Jewish Heritage Center of the Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, Inc., Baltimore, MD, October 25, 1987-June 19, 1988
  4. Baltimore – Direct. Jewish social directory … a compedium of names and addresses of membners of the Jewish community of Baltimore – no date shown
  5. Beneath the clustered Spires – Paul and Rita Gordon, Hagerstown, MD, Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co, 1971 a history of the Jewish community of Frederick
  6. Centennial of eastern European Jewish immigration, 1882-1982: exploring the immigrant experience of Baltimore as a gateway city: lecture delivered to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, Rockville, Maryland, on Sunday, May 16, 1982 – Avrum K. Rifman., Baltimore, MD, A.K. Rifman, 1982
  7. Jewish Baltimore, MD, a family album – Gilbert Sandler. Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins Univ. in association with the Jewish Museum of Maryland, 2000
  8. Maryland bicentennial Jewish book – A. D. Glushakow. Baltimore, MD, Jewish Voice Pub. Co., 1975
  9. Maryland tercentenary Jewish book… a historical compendium depicting the Jewish contribution to the development of Maryland – Baltimore, MD, 1934
  10. Statistical data of the Jewish religious schools of Baltimore, Maryland and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, PA, 1909
  11. Synagogues, temples, and congregations of Maryland: 1830-1990 – by Earl Pruce, Baltimore, MD, Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, 1993
  12. The chronicle of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 1830-1975 – Rose Greenberg., Baltimore, MD, The Congregation, 1976
  13. The civil status of the Jews in Maryland, 1634-1776 – Baltimore, MD, 1894
  14. The Elite Hebrew directory, or Visiting register for the year 18 –19 – Baltimore, MD, P. E. Crowl & co., 18 – 19
  15. The Jews beneath the clustered spires – Paul and Rita Gordon., Hagerstown, MD, Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co., 1971
  16. The Jews of Baltimore, MD, an historical summary of their progress and status as citizens of Baltimore from early days to the year nineteen hundred and ten – Isidor Blum,. Baltimore, MD, Washington Historical Review Pub. Co, 1910
  17. The legacy of a liberal: the miracle of Har Sinai Congregation as it is recounted on the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary – Abraham Shusterman. Baltimore, MD, Har Sinai Congregation, 1967
  18. The making of an American Jewish community; the history of Baltimore Jewry from 1773 to 1920 – Isaac M. Fein, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1971
  19. The pre-planned Jewish community of Columbia, Howard County, Maryland: a history of Howard County Jewry, 1890-1986 – Myer Kuritzky, Columbia, MD, Copytronics Reproduction Center, 1987
  20. Traders and transports: the Jews of colonial Maryland – Eric L. Goldstein. Baltimore, MD, Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, 1993

Massachusetts

  1. 1975 community survey: a study of the Jewish population of Greater Boston – Floyd J. Fowler, Jr. Boston, MA, Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston, 1977
  2. A chronicle of Boston Jewry: from the colonial settlement to 1900 – Albert Ehrenfried, 1963
  3. A new beginning: the Jews of historic Lowell, Massachusetts – Shirley Kolack. New York, NY, P. Lang, 1997
  4. Acculturation, Group Survival and the Ethnic Community. A Social History of the Jewish Community of Brookline – Bruce Arlan Philipps, Ann Arbor, MI, Univ. Microfilms, 1975
  5. Boston Boy (growing up Jewish in Boston in the 1930s and 40s) – N. Hentoff, New York, NY, A.A.Knopf, 1986
  6. Boston’s Jewish community: the 1985 CJP demographic study – Sherry Israel., Boston, MA, Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston, 1987
  7. Boston–where it all began: an historical perspective of the Boston Jewish community – Isaac M. Fein, Boston, MA, Boston Jewish Bicentennial Committee, 1976
  8. Bridging Three Worlds (Hungarian-Jewish Americans 1848-1914) – Robert Perlman, MA, 1991
  9. Brookline: the evolution of an American Jewish suburb – Bruce A. Phillips. New York, NY, Garland Pub., 1990
  10. Early Jewish residents in Massachusetts – Baltimore, MD, 1915
  11. Experiencing Jewish Boston – Brigite S. Grossman, Boston, MA, Jewish Community Center of Greater Boston, 1981
  12. First a Dream: The History of Boston’s Jewish Hospitals 1896-1928 – Arthur J. Linenthal, M.D. Beth Israel Hospital/Harvard Medical School Library, 1990
  13. Growth and Achievement: Temple Israel 1854-1954 – Arthur Mann, foreword by Oscar Handlin, Boston, MA, Temple Adath Israel, 1954
  14. Guide to Jewish Boston and New England – edited by Steven Feldman & the staff of Genesis 2. Cambridge, MA Genesis 2, 1986
  15. Jews in a changing neighborhood: the study of Mattapan – Yona Ginsberg. New York, NY, Free Press, 1975
  16. Jews in Berkshire County – Pink Horwitt, in collaboration with Bertha Skole, Williamstown, MA, 1972
  17. Jews in New England – Historical Study of the Jews in Massachusetts – Samuel S. Broches, New York, NY, Bloch Publishing Co., 1942
  18. Resources for Jewish genealogy in the Boston area – Warren Blatt, Boston, MA, Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston, 1996
  19. Starting over: the formation of the Jewish community of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1840-1905 – James A. Gelin. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 1984
  20. The early Jewish community of Boston’s North End – Arnold A. Weider, with an introduction by Jerome Himelhoch., Waltham, MA, Brandeis University, 1962
  21. The Early Years of the Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Boston – Robert E. Segal, Boston, MA, Jewish Community Relations, 1985
  22. The First Jew: Prejudice and Politics in an American Community 1900-1932 (Malden, Mass.) – Richard Klayman, Malden, MA, Old Suffolk Square Press, 1985
  23. The Jewish Community of Boston’s North End: A Sociologically Oriented Study of an Eastern European Immigrant Community – Arnold A. Wieder, Waltham, MA, Brandeis University, 1962
  24. The Jewish community of Cape Ann: an oral history – compiled by Sarah V. Dunlap, et al.. Gloucester, MA, Cape Ann Jewish Community Oral History Project, 1998
  25. The Jewish guide to Boston and New England – edited by Rosie Rosenzweig. Boston, MA, Jewish Advocate, 1995
  26. The Jews of Boston, MA, essays on the occasion of the centenary (1895-1995) of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston –Jonathan D. Sarna & Ellen Smith, Boston, MA, The Philanthropies; Boston, Distributed by Northeastern University press, 1995
  27. The Jews of New England (Other than Rhode Island) – Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, Lord Baltimore Press, 1903
  28. Vignettes of early days in the Jewish community of Great Barrington, Massachusetts – Shifra R. Deykin. Great Barrington, MA, Attic Revivals Press, 1987
  29. Water Street: world within a world – Norma Feingold; with an appendix by Nancy Sadick, Worcester, MA, Worcester Historical Museum, 1983

Michigan

  1. A history of early Jewish physicians in the state of Michigan – Irving I. Edgar, New York, NY, Philosophical Library, 1982
  2. A Time to Remember; A History of the Jewish Community in South Haven – Bea Kraus, 1999
  3. Congregation Beth El of Traverse City – Sharon Alterman
  4. Congregation Shaarey Zedek, 5622-5742, 1861-1981 – by Eli Grad and Bette Roth. Detroit, MI, Produced for Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Southfield, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1982
  5. Harmony & dissonance: voices of Jewish identity in Detroit, 1914-1967 – Sidney Bolkosky. Detroit, MI,Wayne State University Press, 1991
  6. Historical Records Survey. Michigan. Inventory of the church and synagogue archives of Michigan. Jewish bodies – Prepared by the Michigan Historical records survey project, Division of professional and service projects, Work projects administration. Michigan state administrative board, sponsor. Michigan historical collection, co-sponsor. Detroit, MI, The Michigan Historical records survey project, 1940
  7. Jewish beginnings in Michigan before 1850; being some notes on residents of the very early days, several biographical notices of more notable citizens between 1840 & 1850, & an account of the beginnings of the immigration of about that time – Hon. David E. Heineman. n. p. n. d
  8. Jews in Michigan – Judith Levin Cantor, Michigan State University Press, 2001
  9. Marriage ceremonial book with marriage records, 1899-1919, Contains marriages at Kalamazoo and Grand Junction, Michigan, 1899; Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1902-1904; Bloomington, Taylorville and Chicago, Illinois, 1905-1907; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908; New York, 1908-1909, 1919 – Leo Mannheimer, Salt Lake City, UT, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  10. Muskegon’s Jewish community: a centennial history, 1888-1988 – Dennis S. Devlin., Muskegon, MI, Congregation B’nai Israel, 1988
  11. Remembering Hastings Street: Growing Up in the 1920’s – Louis Surowitz
  12. Temple B’nai Israel–100 years: Saginaw, Michigan, 5650-5750, 1890-1990 – Karen Kritz Demetriou and Fran Rubin Weinstein. Saginaw, MI, The Temple, 1991
  13. The Beth El story, with a history of the Jews in Michigan before 1850 – Irving I. Katz, and Three hundred years in America, by Jacob R. Marcus. Detroit, MI, Wayne University Press, 1955
  14. The Detroit Yiddish theater, 1920 to 1937 – James Miller, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1967
  15. The Guide to Jewish Detroit, Canada & out-state Michigan – a special project, compiled by the students of Project Join, Jewish Occupational Intern Program; revised and edited by Fran Kravitz; guide advisor, Raymond G. Kalef, 1976
  16. The Jewish soldier from Michigan in the Civil War – Irving I. Katz. Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1962
  17. The Jews of Detroit, MI,from the beginning, 1762-1914 – Robert A. Rockaway, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1986

Minnesota

  1. A study of the Jewish community of Duluth – Joseph M. Papo. n. p, Jewish Social Service Quarterly, 1942?
  2. Bittersweet berries: growing up Jewish in Minnesota – Ruth F. Brin, Duluth, MN, Holy Cow! Press, 1999
  3. Jews in transition – Albert I. Gordon, Minneapolis, MN, University of Minnesota Press, 1949
  4. The Jews in Minnesota; the first seventy-five years – W. Gunther Plaut, New York, NY, American Jewish Historical Society, 1959
  5. The story of Temple Israel, Minneapolis, Minnesota: a personal account – Albert G. Minda, Minneapolis, MN, s. n., 1971
  6. Those were the days – William Hoffman, Minneapolis, MN, T. S. Denison, 1957
  7. “And Prairie Dogs Weren’t Kosher:” Jewish Women in the Upper Midwest Since 1855 – Linda Mack Schloff, St. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society, 1996
  8. Children of the Gilded Ghetto – Judith Kramer and Seymour Leventman, New Haven,Yale University Press, 1961
  9. The Jewish Community of Greater Minneapolis 1981: Population Study – Lois Geer, Minneapolis: The Federation, 1982

Mississippi

  1. Inventory of the church and synagogue archives of Mississippi. Jewish congregations and organizations – Prepared by the Mississippi Historical records survey project, Division of professional and service projects, Work projects administration. Sponsored by Mississippi Department of archives and history. Jackson, MS, Mississippi state conference, B’nai B’rith, 1940
  2. Jewish Family Solidarity – Stanley R. Brav; Vicksburg, MS, Nogales Press, 1940
  3. Jews in early Mississippi – Leo E. Turitz and Evelyn Turitz, Jackson, MS, University Press of Mississippi, 1995
  4. The history of the Jewish community of Vicksburg from 1820 to 1968 – Vicksburg, MS, 1969
  5. The Lonely Days Were Sundays — Reflections of a Jewish Southerner – Eli N. Evans; Jackson, MS, University Press of Mississippi, 1993
  6. The peddler’s grandson: growing up Jewish in Mississippi – Edward Cohen. Jackson, MS, University Press of Mississippi, 1999

Missouri

  1. Jewish progress in Saint Louis – A. Rosenthal, St. Louis, MO, 1904
  2. Mid-America’s promise: a profile of Kansas City Jewry – edited by Joseph P. Schultz, Kansas City, MO, Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City – Waltham, MA, American Jewish Historical Society, 1982
  3. Roots in a moving stream; the centennial history of Congregation B’nai Jehudah of Kansas City, 1870-1970 – Frank J. Adler, Kansas City, MO, The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah, 1972
  4. St. Louis Jewish Community Archives: guide to archival collections – David A. Young, St. Louis, MO, The Archives, 1995
  5. The “Y” Story – A Chronicle of the Jewish Center Movement in St. Louis – St. Louis, MO, Jewish Community Center Association, 1964
  6. The Philipsons; the first Jewish settlers in St. Louis, 1807-1858 – St. Louis, MO, Judaism Sesquicentennial Committee of St. Louis, 1958
  7. Zion in the valley: the Jewish community of St. Louis – Walter Ehrlich – Columbia, MO, University of Missouri Press, 1997

Montana

  1. A guide to the Jewish Rockies, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming – Amy Shapiro, illustrated by Margaret Johnson, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver, Denver, CO, 1979
  2. Golden opportunities: a biographical history of Montana’s Jewish communities – Julie L. Coleman, SkyHouse Publishers, Helena, MT, 1994
  3. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  4. Yippie yi Yiddish: from the “Broncs” to the Big Sky – Meyer “Mike” Chessin., MT, 1995

Nebraska

  1. But, You’re Different (growing up in the small Jewish community in Lincoln, Nebraska) – Elaine Abrams Clearfield, Boulder, CO, Jo’s Place, 1995
  2. Consider the years, 1871-1971: Congregation of Temple Israel, Omaha, Nebraska – Suzanne Richards Somberg & Silvia Greene Roffman, Omaha, NE, The Temple, 1971
  3. Demographic survey of the Omaha Jewish community – prepared for the Omaha Jewish Federation, Omaha, NE, Center for applied Urban Research, University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1976
  4. Our story: recollections of Omaha’s early Jewish community, l885-1925 – Jonathan Rosenbaum & Patricia O’Connor-Seger, Omaha, NE, Omaha Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1981

Nevada

  1. Jewish Federation of Las Vegas Community Study – Jewish Federation of Las Vegas, Brandeis University, 1996
  2. Notes… on the part played by Jewish people in the history of the State of Nevada – Las Vegas, NV, typescript, Marie T. Higginbotham, 1960
  3. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  4. Synagogue life in northern Nevada – Julius Stein, Reno, NV, Western Book/Journal Press, 1996

New Hampshire

  1. The Jews of New England (Other than Rhode Island) – by Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, Lord Baltimore Press, 1903

New Jersey

  1. A history of the Jewish Federation of Greater Trenton: the first fifty years, 1929-1979 – Milton A. Feinberg; edited by Debbie Louis. Trenton, NJ, Jewish Federation of Greater Trenton, 1980
  2. Genealogical resources in the New York metropolitan area – Estelle M. Guzik, New York, NY, Jewish Genealogical Society, 1989
  3. Immigrants to freedom; Jewish communities in rural New Jersey since 1882 – Joseph Brandes, in association with Martin Douglas. Philadelphia, PA, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971
  4. Jewish agricultural colonies in New Jersey, 1882-1920 – Ellen Eisenberg. Syracuse, NY, Syracuse University Press, 1995
  5. Jewish egg farmers in New Jersey – Joan Rubinstein Barch. Columbia, MD, Barch, 1977
  6. Jewish roots; a history of the Jewish community of Passaic and environs – Passaic, NJ, Jewish Community Council of Passaic-Clifton and Vicinity, 1959
  7. Our Paterson Jewish heritage – Paterson, NJ, Jewish Historical Society of North Jersey, 1987?
  8. Peddler to suburbanite: the history of the Jews of Monmouth County, New Jersey, from the Colonial period to 1980 – Alan S. Pine, Jean C. Hershenov, and Aaron H. Lefkowitz. Deal Park, NJ, Monmouth Jewish Community Council, 1981
  9. Social aspects of the Jewish colonies of South Jersey – by Philip Reuben Goldstein, New York, NY, The League printing co., inc., 1921
  10. Southern New Jersey synagogues: a social history: highlighted by stories of Jewish life from the 1880’s-1980’s – written by Allen Meyers. Marlton, NJ, Staples, 199
  11. Temple Sinai, 1964 – NJ, The Temple, 1964
  12. The enduring community: the Jews of Newark and MetroWest – William B. Helmreich New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 1999
  13. The Essex story a history of the Jewish community in Essex County, New Jersey – Jewish Education Association of Essex County. Newark, NJ, The Assocation, 1955 (New York, NY, Colby Printers)
  14. The history of the Jews of Teaneck – Joy Zacharia Appelbaum, Teaneck, NJ, Appelbaum, 1977
  15. The Jewish community blue book of Newark – Newark, NJ, Jewish Community Blue Book Pub. Co, 1924
  16. The Jewish scene in New Jersey’s Raritan Valley, 1698-1948 – Ruth Marcus Patt. New Brunswick, NJ, Jewish Historical Society of Raritan Valley, 1978
  17. The land was theirs: Jewish farmers in the Garden State – Gertrude Wishnick Dubrovsky. Tuscaloosa, AL, University of Alabama Press, 1992

New Mexico

  1. A history of the Jews in New Mexico – Henry J. Tobias, Albuquerque, NM, University of New Mexico Press, 1990
  2. Congregation Albert, 1897-1972, Albuquerque, New Mexico – Written by Gunther Rothenberg. Researched by Israel C. Carmel, Albuquerque, NM, 1972
  3. History of the Los Alamos Jewish Center, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1944 to 1957 – Albuquerque, NM, 1958
  4. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  5. Stones of remembrance: the historic Jewish cemetery in Las Vegas, New Mexico – photos by Cary Herz; foreword by Leonard A. Helman; introduction by Stanley M. Hordes, New Mexico Jewish Historical Society; Santa Fe, NM, Distributed by Red Crane Books, 1990
  6. The impact of the frontier on a Jewish family: the Bibos – Floyd S. Fierman, El Paso, TX, Texas Western College Press, 1961
  7. The Speigelbergs of New Mexico, merchants and bankers, 1844-1893 – El Paso, TX, Texas Western College Press 1964
  8. Without reservations: from Harlem to the end of the Santa Fe trail – Samuel B. Ballen, Santa Fe, NM, Ocean Tree Books, 1997

New York

  1. A summer world: the attempt to build a Jewish Eden in the Catskills from the days of the ghetto to the rise and decline of the Borscht Belt – Stefan Kanfer, New York, NY, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1989
  2. Across Two Centuries – From shtetls to suburbs: the story of Long Island’s Jews – Newsday
  3. Affirming the covenant: a history of Temple B’rith Kodesh, Rochester, New York, 1848-1998 – Peter Eisenstadt, Rochester, NY, The Temple; Syracuse, NY, Distributed by Syracuse University Press, 1999
  4. And we’re still here: 100 years of small town Jewish life – Helene Gerard 1982
  5. Beyond the Catskills: Jewish life in Binghamton, New York, 1850-1975 – Lance J. Sussman, Binghamton, NY, Southern Tier Jewish History Project, Judaic Studies Program, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1989
  6. Book of remembrance: Hebrew Congregation of Loch Sheldrake, 1922-1997 – Sefer Zikhronot Bet ha-keneset Adat Yiasrael – Joseph Akselrad, editor. Loch Sheldrake, New York, NY, Hebrew Congregation of Loch Sheldrake, 1997
  7. Borscht belt bungalows : memories of Catskill summers – Irwin Richman, Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press, 1998
  8. Brownsville; the birth, development and passing of a Jewish community in New York – Alter E. Landesman, New York, NY, Bloch Pub. Co., 1969
  9. Catskill culture: a mountain rat’s memories of the great Jewish resort area – Phil Brown. Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press, 1998
  10. Conservative Judaism in America: a biographical dictionary and source book – Pamela S. Nadell. New York, NY, Greenwood Press, 1988
  11. Early Jewish settlement in Nassau County: the communities, the people, the synagogues – Fried, Heidi 1988
  12. Fires in the mirror: Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and other identities – Anna Deavere Smith. New York, NY, Dramatists Play Service, 1997
  13. Frankfurt on the Hudson: the German-Jewish community of Washington Heights, 1933-1983, its structure and culture – Steven M. Lowenstein. Detroit, MI,Wayne State University Press, 1989
  14. From a minyan to a community; a history of the Jews of Syracuse – B. G. Rudolph, Syracuse, NY, Syracuse University 1970
  15. From Ararat to suburbia: the history of the Jewish community of Buffalo – Selig Adler and Thomas E. Connolly, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1960
  16. From suburb to shtetl: the Jews of Boro Park – Egon Mayer. Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press, 1979
  17. Genealogical resources in the New York metropolitan area – Estelle M. Guzik, New York, NY, Jewish Genealogical Society, 1989
  18. Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America. The archives of Youth Aliyah, 1933-1960 – Lawrence D. Geller. New York, NY, Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, 1983
  19. Jewish Community of New York City. The Jewish communal register of New York city, 1917-1918 – Edited and pub. by the Kehillah (Jewish community) of New York city. New York, NY, 1918
  20. Jewish farmers of the Catskills: a century of survival – Abraham D. Lavender and Clarence B. Steinberg. Gainesville, FL, University Press of Florida, 1995
  21. Jewish hometown associations and family circles in New York – the WPA Yiddish Writers’ Group study, Hannah Kliger, Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1992
  22. Jewish immigrant associations and American identity in New York, 1880-1939 – Daniel Soyer. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1997
  23. Jewish landmarks of New York, NY, a travel guide and history – Bernard Postal and Lionel Koppman; foreword by Jacob R. Marcus, New York, NY, Fleet Press Corp., 1978
  24. Lost and found: Albany (NY) area church and synagogue vital records, 1654-1925 – Diane Snyder Ptak. Albany, NY, D. S. Ptak, 1993
  25. Marriage ceremonial book with marriage records, 1899-1919, Contains marriages at Kalamazoo and Grand Junction, Michigan, 1899; Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1902-1904; Bloomington, Taylorville and Chicago, Illinois, 1905-1907; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908; New York, 1908-1909, 1919 – Leo Mannheimer, Salt Lake City, UT, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  26. Mishpokhe: a study of New York City Jewish family clubs – William E. Mitchell, foreword by Marshall Sklare, The Hague, Mouton, 1978
  27. Needles and Thread: Jewish life in Suffolk County – Helene Gerard 1983
  28. New York’s early Jews: some myths and misconceptions – A lecture by Malcolm H. Stern, with response by Marc D. Angel, New York, NY, Jewish Historical Society of New York 1976
  29. Old East Side. The Jewish East Side, 1881-1924 – edited by Milton Hindus; with a new introduction by the editor. New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 1996
  30. Only in Mount Vernon: the biography of a Jewish community – Daniel Perlman., Alexandria, VA, D. Perlman, 1980
  31. Oscar Israelowitz’s Catskills guide – Brooklyn, NY, Israelowitz Pub., 1992
  32. Painting a place in America: Jewish artists in New York, 1900-1945: a tribute to the Educational Alliance Art School – edited by Norman L. Kleeblatt and Susan Chevlowe. New York, NY, Jewish Museum; Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1991
  33. Portal to America: the Lower East Side, 1870-1925 – New York, NY, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967
  34. Portraits etched in stone; early Jewish settlers, 1682-1831 – David de Sola Pool, New York, NY, Columbia University Press, 1952
  35. Remember the Catskills: tales by a recovering hotelkeeper – Esterita “Cissie” Blumberg, Fleischmanns, NY: Purple Mountain Press, 1996
  36. Satmar; an island in the city – Israel Rubin, Chicago, IL, Quadrangle Books, 1972
  37. Shtetl in the Adirondacks: the story of Gloversville and its Jews – Herbert M. Engel, Fleischmanns, NY, Purple Mountain Press, 1991
  38. Temple Beth El’s first century; centennial souvenir book, 1847-1947 – Marvin H. Garfinkel, Buffalo, NY, 1947
  39. That I May Dwell Among Them: a synagogue history of Nassau County – 1991
  40. The first hundred years of the Mount Sinai Hospital of New York, 1852-1952 – Joseph Hirsh and Beka Doherty, New York, NY, Random House, 1952
  41. The girls: Jewish women of Brownsville, Brooklyn, 1940-1995 – Carole Bell Ford. Albany, NY, State University of New York Press, c2000
  42. The history of Temple Israel of New Rochelle, New York – Jacob K. Shankman, New Rochelle, NY, The Temple, 1977
  43. The history of the Jewish community of Harlem, 1870-1930 – Jeffrey S. Gurock. 1977
  44. The Jewish communal register of New York city, 1917-1918 – pub. by the Kehillah (Jewish community) of New York, NY, 1919
  45. The Jewish community in Rochester, 1843-1925 – New York, NY, Columbia University Press, 1954
  46. The Jewish community of Poughkeepsie, New York, NY, an anecdotal history – Eva Effron Acker Goldin., 1982
  47. The Jewish Community of Utica New York – S. Joshua Kohn. Amer. Jewish Historical Society 1959
  48. The Jews of New Amsterdam – written and illustrated by Eva Deutsch Costabel, New York, NY, Atheneum, 1988
  49. The Jews of New York – Charles P. Daly, New York, NY, 1883
  50. The Jews of Westchester: a social history – Baila R. Shargel, Harold L. Drimmer, Fleischmanns, NY, Purple Mountain Press, 1994
  51. The Lower East Side: portal to American life, 1870-1924 – Exhibition September 21 through November 6, 1966
  52. The luckiest orphans: a history of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum of New York – Hyman Bogen. Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Press, 1992
  53. The miracle of Intervale Avenue: the story of a Jewish congregation in the South Bronx – Jack Kugelmass. New York, NY, Schocken Books, 1986
  54. The promised city: New York’s Jews, 1870-1914 – Moses Rischin; with a new pref. by the author. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1977
  55. The rise of the Jewish community of New York, 1654-1860 – Hyman B. Grinstein. Philadelphia, PA, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 5705-1945
  56. The synagogues of New York’s Lower East Side – photos by Jo Renée Fine; text by Gerard R. Wolfe. New York, NY, Washington Mews Books, 1978
  57. The time that was then; the Lower East Side, 1900-1914, an intimate chronicle – Harry Roskolenko, New York, NY, Dial Press, 1971
  58. The Varian Fry papers; The Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter papers – edited by Karen J. Greenberg. New York, NY, Garland Pub, 1990
  59. The Yiddish theatre in America – by David S. Lifson. New York, NY, T. Yoseloff 1965
  60. United Hebrew trades of the state of New York. Gewerkschaften – issued by the United Hebrew trades on the occasion of its 50th anniversary as a trade union central body in greater New York, Ed. by H. Lang – Morris C. Feinstone. New York, NY, United Hebrew trades of the state of New York 1938
  61. When Harlem was Jewish, 1870-1930 – Jeffrey S. Gurock. New York, NY, Columbia University Press, 1979
  62. Williamsburg: a Jewish community in transition; a study of the factors and patterns of change in the organization and structure of a community in transition – George C. Kranzler, New York, NY, P. Feldheim, 1961
  63. Wills of early New York Jews, 1704-1799 – Leo Hershkowitz with a foreword by Isidore S. Meyer New York, NY, American Jewish Historical Society, 1967

North Carolina

  1. A Jewish tour of the Carolinas – Charlotte, NC, E. and W. J. Klein, 1999
  2. Jewish roots in the Carolinas; a pattern of American philo-Semitism – Harry L. Golden and Martin Rywell, Greensboro, NC, Deal Print. Co., 1955
  3. Jews in American History – Their Contribution to the United States of America – Harry Golden & Martin Rywell, Charlotte, NC, Henry Lewis Martin Co., 1950
  4. The family of Leopold and Bertha (Klaus) Haas of Rülzheim, Pfalz, Germany, 1758-1992 – Zelia H. Cline. Mt. Pleasant, NC, Z.H. Cline, 1992
  5. The Jews of Charlotte, North Carolina: a chronicle with commentary and conjectures – Morris Speizman. Charlotte, NC, McNally and Loftin, 1978
  6. The Provincials A Personal History of Jews in the South – Eli N Evans; New York, NY, Atheneum, 1973
  7. The struggle for religious liberty in North Carolina, with special reference to the Jews – Baltimore, MD, The Society? 1907

North Dakota

  1. Burleigh County, North Dakota, book of remembrances – compiled and edited by Beth Bauman, Gail Gorden, Dorothy Jackman, Bismarck, ND, Bismarck-Mandan Genealogical and Historical Society, 1994
  2. Dakota Diaspora: memoirs of a Jewish homesteader – Sophie Trupin, Lincoln, NE, University of Nebraska Press, 1988, 1984
  3. Jewish cowboy, Isaac Raboy – translated from the Yiddish by Nathaniel Shapiro. Uniform Title: Yidisher kauboy. English Westfield, NJ, Tradition Books, 1989
  4. Rachel Calof’s story: Jewish homesteader on the Northern Plains – J. Sanford Rikoon, volume editor; translated from the Yiddish by Jacob Calof and Molly Shaw, Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1995
  5. Temple Beth El, Fargo, North Dakota: the first fifty years, 1942-1992 – Fargo, ND, Temple Beth El, 1992

Ohio

  1. A guide to Jewish history sources in the History Library of the Western Reserve Historical Society – compiled by John J. Grabowski, Lucinda K. Arnold; edited by Kermit J. Pike, Cleveland, OH, The Society, 1983
  2. A journal of the early years of Masada, Young Men’s Zionist Organization of America: 1928-1933 –Joseph M. Papo. Cleveland, OH, The Organization, 1994
  3. Congregation Ohev Tzedek-Shaarei Torah: 50th anniversary, 1925-1975 – Youngstown, OH, The Congregation, 1975
  4. German-Jewish orthodoxy in an immigrant synagogue: Cincinnati’s New Hope Congregation and the ambiguities of ethnic religion – Benny Kraut. New York, NY, M. Wiener Pub., 1988
  5. Guide to Jewish Cleveland: a service of the Cleveland Jewish news & the Jewish Information Service of the Jewish Community Federation – Cleveland, OH, The Federation, 197-
  6. History of the Jews of Cleveland – Lloyd P. Gartner, Cleveland, OH, Western Reserve Historical Society in cooperation with the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, 1987
  7. History of the Jews of Greater Youngstown, 1865-1990 – Irving E. Ozer, 1994
  8. Inside looking out: the Cleveland Jewish Orphan Asylum, 1868-1924 – Gary Edward Polster. Kent, OH, Kent State University Press, 1990
  9. Jewish families in Greater Cleveland – Howard Whipple Green., Cleveland, OH, Cleveland Health Council, 1939
  10. Jewish farmer in America: the unknown chronicle – Jacob L. Ornstein-Galicia. Lewiston, NY, E. Mellen Press, 1992
  11. Jews and Judaism in a Midwestern Community Columbus – Marc Lee Raphael, Ohio Historical Society 1979
  12. Marriage ceremonial book with marriage records, 1899-1919, Contains marriages at Kalamazoo and Grand Junction, Michigan, 1899; Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1902-1904; Bloomington, Taylorville and Chicago, Illinois, 1905-1907; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908; New York, 1908-1909, 1919 – Leo Mannheimer, Salt Lake City, UT, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  13. Merging traditions: Jewish life in Cleveland: a contemporary narrative, 1945-1975, a pictorial record, 1839-1975 – Sidney Z. Vincent and Judah Rubinstein, Cleveland, OH, Western Reserve Historical Society, 1978
  14. Mt. Vernon Avenue – Jewish Businesses in a Changing Neighborhood – 1918-1999
  15. Papa was a farmer – Brenda Weisberg Meckler; with illustrations by Marcia Erickson. Chapel Hill, NC, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill; Dallas, TX, Taylor Pub. Co., 1988
  16. Sephardic life in Cincinnati, 1906-1976: a synopsis – Isaac Yerushalmi. Cincinnati, OH, Sephardic Beth Shalom Congregation, 1976
  17. Temple Israel – 1865-1953 – Summit Co, no date or place
  18. The Jews of Cincinnati – Jonathan D. Sarna and Nancy H. Klein, Cincinnati, OH, Center for Study of the American Jewish Experience, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, 1989
  19. The time of My Life – Maurice (M. D. ) Portman
  20. The Western journal of Isaac Mayer Wise, 1877 – edited by William M. Kramer; foreword by Glenn S. Dumke; pref. by Moses Rischin. Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, Magnes Museum, 1974

Oklahoma

  1. The Jews in Oklahoma – Henry J. Tobias, Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press, 1980

Oregon

  1. Following a river: Portland’s Congregation Neveh Shalom, 1869-1989 – Gary Miranda; based on historical research by David Bernstein, Portland, OR, The Congregation, 1989
  2. Jewish history of Oregon – Samuel M. Suwol, Portland, OR, 1958
  3. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  4. The Jews of Oregon, 1850-1950 – by Steven Lowenstein, Portland, OR, Jewish Historical Society of Oregon, 1987
  5. The making of an ethnic middle class: Portland Jewry over four generations – William Toll, Albany, NY, State University of New York Press, 1982

Pennsylvania

  1. By Myself I’m A Book: An Oral History of the Immigrant Jewish Experience in Pittsburgh – Ailon Shiloah, Waltham, MA, Am. Jewish Historical Soc., 1972
  2. Consider the years; the story of the Jewish community of Easton, 1752-1942 – Joshua Trachtenberg, place and date not known
  3. Continuity and change: 75th anniversary exhibit, the Federation of Jewish Agencies of Greater Philadelphia, the Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center, November 1-28, 1976: catalog – Ruth A. Corson, exhibit director., Philadelphia, PA, The Federation, 1976
  4. Deeds of love: a history of the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum of Philadelphia– America’s first Jewish orphanage – Jules Doneson, New York, NY, Vantage Press, 1996
  5. Fiftieth anniversary, Temple Beth El, Front & Wisconsin Sts. – Harrisburg, PA, The Temple, 1976
  6. From ghetto to emancipation: historical and contemporary reconsiderations of the Jewish community – edited by David N. Myers and William V. Rowe, Scranton, PA, University of Scranton Press, Buffalo, New York, NY, Distribution, University of Toronto Press, 1997. Related Names: Myers, David N. Rowe, William V., 1951
  7. Guide to Jewish Philadelphia: everything Jewish in the Philadelphia area – Lillian Youman, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, 1994
  8. Guidebook to Jewish Philadelphia: history, landmarks, donors of the Jewish community for the life of Philadelphia, 1703-1965 – Esther M. Klein., Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia Jewish Times Institute, 1965
  9. Insecure Prosperity: Small-Town Jews in Industrial America, 1980-1940 (story of the Jewish community in pre-World War II Johnstown) – Ewa Morawska, NJ, Princeton University Press, 1996
  10. Jews of Harrisburg – Michael Coleman
  11. Lancaster’s first Jewish community, 1715 to 1804: the era of Joseph Simon – David Brener. Lancaster, PA, Lancaster County Historical Society, 1976
  12. Lancaster’s gates of heaven: portals to the past: the 19th century Jewish community of Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Congregation Shaarai Shomayim, 1856-1976 – Lancaster, PA, Congregation Shaarai Shomayim, 1976
  13. Listen to our words: oral histories of the Jewish community of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania – general editors, Richard David Wissolik, Jennifer Campion, Barbara Wissolik; editors, Erica Wissolik…, et al.; introductory remarks by Ronald E. Tranquilla…, et al.. Latrobe, PA, Saint Vincent College, 1997
  14. North of Society Hill and Other Stories (Jewish Philadelphia, 1900-1950) – William B. Richter, North Quincy, MA, The Christopher Publishing House. 1970
  15. Pittsburgh and beyond: the experience of the Jewish community: a guide to the NCJW Pittsburgh Section oral history collection – Emmet J. Devine, with contributions by Elizabeth Ann Roberts and Richard J. Smith. Pittsburgh, PA, National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section, 1993
  16. Pittsburgh-Direct. The Pittsburgh Jewish society book; comprising the names and addresses of members and the history of Jewish organizations, also a history of the Jewish community of Pittsburgh – no date shown
  17. Rebecca Gratz: Women and Judaism in Antebellum America – Dianne Ashton, Wayne State Univ. Press, 1997
  18. Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel; its first 100 years, 1847-1947 – Philadelphia, PA, 1950
  19. Statistical data of the Jewish religious schools of Baltimore, Maryland and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, PA, 1909
  20. Statistical data of the Jewish religious schools of Philadelphia for 1906-1907 – collected by Julius H. Greenstone. Philadelphia, PA, 1907
  21. Strawberry mansion : the Jewish community of North Philadelphia – Allen Meyers, Charleston, SC, Arcadia Publishing, 1999
  22. The Changing Pattern of the Distribution of the Jewish Population of Pittsburgh from Earliest Settlement to 1963 – Leonard Irvin Kuntz, Ann Arbor, MI, University Microfilms, 1973
  23. The Har Zion Temple, Philadelphia, PA, 1924-1949, Bet ha-keneset Har Tsiyon, 684-709: a quarter century of service – Samuel Sussman, Philadelphia, PA, The Temple, 1949
  24. The history of Jewish education in Philadelphia, 1782-1873: from the erection of the first synagogue to the closing of the Maimonides College – David Uriah Todes. Washington, DC, D.U. Todes, 1990
  25. The history of the Jews of Philadelphia from colonial times to the age of Jackson – Edwin Wolf, 2d, and Maxwell Whiteman, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1957
  26. The History of the Jews of Western Pennsylvania – Jacob Feldman
  27. The Jewish community of Pittsburgh, December, 1938; a sample study – Maurice Taylor, Pittsburgh, PA, 1941
  28. The Jewish community of Pittsburgh: a population study – Pittsburgh, PA, United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh, 1963
  29. The Jewish community of South Philadelphia – Allen Meyers, Charleston, SC, Arcadia, 1998
  30. The Jewish community of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania: a collection of oral histories, 1991-1992 – general editor, Richard David Wissolik; associate editors, Michelle Howatineck…, et al.; consulting editor, Erica Wissolik; interviewers and editors, Michelle Howatineck…, et al.. Latrobe, PA, Saint Vincent College Center for Northern Appalachian Studies/Oral History Program in cooperation with the Westmoreland Jewish Community Council of the United Jewish Federation, 1993
  31. The Jewish experience in western Pennsylvania: a history, 1755-1945 – Jacob S. Feldman. Pittsburgh, PA, Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, 1986
  32. The Jewish quarter of Philadelphia: a history and guide, 1881-1930 – Harry D. Boonin, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Walking Tours of Philadelphia, 1999
  33. The Jews in Philadelphia prior to 1800 – Philadelphia, PA, E. Stern & co., 1883
  34. The Jews of Lancaster, Pennsylvania: A Story with Two Beginnings – David A. Brener, Congregation Shaarai Shomayim, Lancaster, PA, 1979
  35. The Jews of Philadelphia: their history from the earliest settlements to the present time; a record of events and institutions, and of leading members of the Jewish community in every sphere of activity – by Henry S. Morrais, Philadelphia, PA, The Levytype Co., 1894
  36. The Jews of Wilkes-Barre: 150 years (1845-1995) in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania – edited by Marjorie Levin, Wilkes-Barre, PA, Jewish Community Center of Wyoming Valley, 1999
  37. The Philadelphia Group and Philadelphia Jewish history: a guide to archival and bibliographic collections – Dianne Ashton, Philadelphia, PA, Center for American Jewish History, Temple University, 1993
  38. Traditions in transition: Jewish culture in Philadelphia, 1840-1940: an exhibition in the Museum of the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, April 24-October 21, 1989 – edited by Gail F. Stern. Philadelphia, PA, The Institute; Lanham, MD, Distributed by AASLH Library, 1989
  39. Voices from Marshall Street: Jewish life in a Philadelphia neighborhood, 1920-1960 – Elaine Krasnow Ellison and Elaine Mark Jaffe. Philadelphia, PA, Camino Books, 1994
  40. Voices of Hazleton: a century of Jewish life – Jeannette F. Miller, Hazleton, PA, J.F. Miller, 1993
  41. When Philadelphia was the capital of Jewish America – edited by Murray Friedman. Philadelphia, PA, Balch Institute Press; London, Associated University Presses, 1993

Rhode Island

  1. Family connections: a history of Italian and Jewish immigrant lives in Providence, Rhode Island, 1900-1940 – Judith E. Smith. Albany, NY, State University of New York Press, 1985
  2. Jewish Americans: three generations in a Jewish community – Sidney Goldstein and Calvin Goldscheider. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 1985, 1968
  3. Lopez of Newport: Colonial American Merchant Prince – Stanley F. Chyet, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1970
  4. Temple Emanu-El, the first fifty years, 5684-5734 – editor, David Horvitz., Providence, RI, The Temple, 1975?
  5. The Greater Providence Jewish community; a population survey – Providence, RI, Sponsored by the General Jewish Committee of Providence, 1964
  6. The Jews in Rhode Island : a brief history – Geraldine S. Foster, Providence, RI, Heritage Commission, 1985
  7. The Jews of Newport – by Leon Huhner, 1908
  8. To Bigotry no Sanction – A Jewish Schrine in America, 1658-1958 (Touro Synagogue) – Morris Gutstein, New York, NY, Bloch, 1958

South Carolina

  1. Documents relative to a proposed settlement of Jews in South Carolina in 1748 – Charleston, SC, The Daggett printing oc., 1903
  2. Hoopskirts & huppas: a chronicle of the early years of the Garfunkel-Trager family in America, 1856-1920 – as written by Milton M. Gottesman. Variant Title: Hoopskirts and huppas New York, NY, American Jewish Historical Society, 1999
  3. Jewish marriage notices from the newspaper press of Charleston, S.C., 1775-1906 – Barnett A. Elzas. New York, NY, Bloch Pub. Co., 1917
  4. Jewish roots in the Carolinas; a pattern of American philo-Semitism – Harry L. Golden and Martin Rywell, Greensboro, NC, Deal Print. Co., 1955
  5. The Jewish cemeteries of Congregation Berith Shalome at Columbia, S.C. – Barnett Elzas. Charleston, SC, Elzas, 1910
  6. The Jewish cemetery at Georgetown, S.C. – comp. by Barnett A. Elzas., Charleston, SC, Elzas, 1910
  7. The Jews of Charleston: a history of an American Jewish Community – Charles Reznikoff; with the collaboration of Uriah Z. Engelman, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1950
  8. The Jews of South Carolina from the earliest settlement to the end of the American revolution – Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, The Friedenwald company, 1904
  9. The Jews of South Carolina, from the earliest times to the present day – Barnett Abraham Elzas, Philadelphia, PA, J.B.Lippincott, 1905
  10. The Jews of South Carolina; a review of the article “Charleston” in col. 3, of the Jewish encyclopaedia – by Barnett Abraham Elzas, Charleston, SC, The Daggett Printing Co., 1903
  11. The Jews of South Carolina; a survey of the records at present existing in Charleston – by Barnett Abraham Elzas, Charleston, SC, The Daggett Printing Co., 1903
  12. The Jews of South Carolina; record of first naturlization in the province – by Barnett Abraham Elzas, Charleston, SC, 1903
  13. The new Jewish cemetery of K.K. Beth Elohim at Charleston, S.C. – Barnett A. Elzas. Charleston, SC, Elzas, 1910
  14. This happy land: the Jews of colonial and antebellum Charleston – James William Hagy. Tuscaloosa, AL, University of Alabama Press, 1993

South Dakota

None

Tennessee

  1. A biblical people in the Bible belt; the Jewish community of Memphis, Tennessee, 1840s-1960s – Selma S. Lewis, Mercer University Press, 1998
  2. Beginnings on Market Street: Nashville and her Jewry, 1861-1901 – Fedora Small Frank. Nashville, TN, Frank, 1976
  3. Five Families and Eight Young Men (Nashville) – Fedora Frank, Tennessee Book Company 1962
  4. Marriage ceremonial book with marriage records, 1899-1919, Contains marriages at Kalamazoo and Grand Junction, Michigan, 1899; Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1902-1904; Bloomington, Taylorville and Chicago, Illinois, 1905-1907; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908; New York, 1908-1909, 1919 – Leo Mannheimer, Salt Lake City, UT, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  5. The Peres Family – Introduction by Stephen S. Wise, Forward by Abe Fortas, Kingsport, TN, Southern Publishers, Inc., 1938

Texas

  1. A light in the prairie: Temple Emanu-El of Dallas, 1872-1997 – Gerry Cristol, Fort Worth, TX, Texas Christian University, 1998
  2. A six year history of the Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston; a chronicle of community organization and accomplishment – Houston, TX, The Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston, 1943
  3. A social and demographic survey of the Jewish community of Houston, Texas – Sam Schulman, David Gottlieb, Sheila Sheinberg, in collaboration with the Demographic Study Committee; sponsored by the Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston, inc, Houston, TX, The Committee, 1976
  4. Beth-El Congregation, Fort Worth, Texas, Centennial: 1902 – 2002 – Hollace Ava Weiner, Fort Worth, Beth-El Congregation, 2002
  5. Dallas Jewish genealogical guide– resources for doing Jewish genealogy distant from major research centers – David A. Chapin, Dallas, TX, Dallas Jewish Historical Society, 1993
  6. Deep in the heart: the lives and legends of Texas Jews: a photographic history – Ruthe Winegarten and Cathy Schechter; Jimmy Kessler, consulting editor, Austin, TX, Eakin Press, 1990
  7. El Paso merchant and civic leader from the 1880’s through the Mexican revolution – Research and annotations by Floyd S. Fierman, El Paso, TX, Texas Western College Press 1965
  8. Galveston, Ellis Island of the West – Bernard Marinbach, Albany, NY, State University of New York Press, 1983
  9. In Jewish Texas: a family memoir – Stanley E. Ely, Fort Worth, TX, Texas Christian University Press, 1998
  10. Jewish Stars in Texas: Rabbis and Their Work – Hollace Ava Weiner, College Station, TX, A & M University Press, 1999
  11. Oleander odyssey: the Kempners of Galveston, Texas, 1854-1980s – Harold M. Hyman, College Station, TX, Texas A & M University Press, 1990
  12. One Hundred Years of Jewry in Texas – Description of the Jewish Exhibit in the Hall of Religion. Texas Centennial Exposition 1836-1936 – Henry Cohen, David Lefkowitz, and Ephraim Frisch, 1936
  13. Pioneer Jewish Texans: their impact on Texas and American history for four hundred years, 1590-1990 – Natalie Ornish. Dallas, TX, Texas Heritage Press, 1989
  14. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  15. Pioneer Jews of Waco – Mordecai Podet, Waco, TX, M. Podet, 1986
  16. Settlement of the Jews in Texas – Henry Cohen, Baltimore, MD, 1894
  17. Some Early Jewish Settlers on the Southwestern Fronier – Floyd S. Fierman, TX, Texas Western Press, 1960
  18. Texas Jewish burials, alphabetically by name – compiled and edited by Gertrude M. and Donald L. Teter, Austin, TX, Texas Jewish Historical Society, 1997
  19. The Centenary History of Congregation Beth Israel of Houston, Texas, 1854-1954 – Ann Nathan Cohen, Houston, TX, 1954
  20. The Jewish Texans – San Antonio, TX, University of Texas at San Antonio, Institute of Texan Cultures, 1974
  21. The Jews in Texas – Rev. Henry Cohen, Pub of Am Jewish Hist. Soc., 1895
  22. The Jews of Houston: an ethnographic study – Elaine H. Maas, New York, NY, AMS Press, 1989
  23. The Levin years, a golden era–1929-1951 – Dallas, Texas, Hebrew School of Dallas and its extended activities – conceived, written, and compiled by Ginger Chesnick Jacobs, Dallas, TX, G. C. Jacobs in cooperation with the Dallas Jewish Historical Society, 1989
  24. The Schwartz family of El Paso: the story of a pioneer Jewish family in the Southwest – Floyd S. Fierman, El Paso, TX, Texas Western Press, 1980

Utah

  1. A Homeland in the West – Utah Jews Remember – Eileen Hallet Stone, Salt Lake City, UT, The University of Utah Press, 2001
  2. A Tapestry of Judaism–an historical portrait – KUED; executive producer, Allyson Beecher; produced & directed by J. Scott Iverson; written by J. Scott Iverson, Mark Layton, United States, PBS, 1984
  3. Back to the soil: the Jewish farmers of Clarion, Utah, and their world – Robert Alan Goldberg; with a foreword by Charles S. Peterson, Salt Lake City, UT, University of Utah Press, 1986
  4. History of the Jews in Utah and Idaho – Juanita Brooks, Salt Lake City, UT, Western Epics, 1973
  5. Jews of Salt Lake City – L. Watters, Salt Lake City, UT, 1975
  6. Jews of the American West – Moses Rischin and John Livingston, Detroit, MI, Wayne State University Press, 1991
  7. Life, More Sweet that Bitter – story of a Russian Jewish immigrant to Salt Lake City – Warshaw, Maurice. Salt Lake City, UT, Kelsch & Associates, 1975
  8. Mormon and Jew: A Meeting on the American Frontier – Zucker, Louis C., Provo, UT, 1961
  9. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  10. The Pioneer Jews of Utah – Leon L. Watters and Louis C. Zucker, New York, NY, American Jewish Historical Society, 1952

Vermont

  1. The Jews of New England (Other than Rhode Island) – by Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, Lord Baltimore Press, 1903
  2. The story of the Jewish community of Burlington, Vermont: the story of the Jewish community of Burlington, Vermont, from early times to 1946 – Myron Samuelson. Burlington, VT, Samuelson, 1976

Virginia

  1. Chapters on the Jews of Virginia, 1658-1900 – Petersburg, VA, 1969
  2. Commonwealth and community: the Jewish experience in Virginia – Melvin I. Urofsky. Richmond, VA, Virginia Historical Society and Jewish Community Federation of Richmond, 1997
  3. History of the Jews of Petersburg, 1789-1950 – Petersburg, VA, 1954
  4. Richmond’s Jewry, 1769-1976: Shabbat in Shockoe – Myron Berman. Charlottesville, VA, Published for the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond by the University Press of Virginia, 1979
  5. Temple Beth El; a centennial history of Beth El Hebrew Congregation, serving northern Virginia since 1859 – Max Rosenberg and Arthur Marmor, Alexandria, VA, 1962
  6. The East European Jewish immigrant in America: a compilation of the 1900 Norfolk Census – compiled by Irwin M. Berent. Norfolk, VA, Jewish Genealogical Club of Tidewater, Virginia, 1982
  7. The history of the Jews of Richmond from 1769 to 1917 – Herbert T. Ezekiel and Gaston Lichtenstein. Fredericksburg, VA, Sergeant Kirkland’s, 1998
  8. The Jewish blue book of Roanoke – Roanoke, VA, Walters printing & manufacturing company, 1900
  9. The Jews of Richmond during the Civil War – by Herbert T. Ezekiel., Richmond, VA, 1915
  10. The Jews of Virginia from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century – Leon Hühner, Baltimore, MD, 1911
  11. Through the years; a study of the Richmond Jewish Community – Richmond, VA, 1955

Washington

  1. A study of the Jewish community in the Greater Seattle area – James McCann, with the assistance of Debra Friedman, Seattle, WA, Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, 1979
  2. Guide to Jewish Seattle and to Jewish communities in the Greater Seattle area and in Washington State – Seattle, WA, Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, 1981
  3. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984
  4. From the Shtetl to Bellingham: The History of “New Whatcom’s” Jewish Community, 1908-1984 – Tobi Kestenberg, Congregation Beth Israel, Bellingham WA, 1984
  5. Family of Strangers: Building a Jewish Community in Washington State – Molly Cone, Howard Droker, Jacqueline Williams,
    Washington State Historical Society, Seattle, in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle & London, 2003
  6. Congregation Beth Israel: Celebrating 100 Years in Bellingham WA (Centennial Banquet Program and History) – Congregation Beth Israel, Bellingham WA, 2008
  7. Jewish Enterprise in the American West: Washington, 1853-1909 – Julia Niebuhr Eulenberg, PhD Dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle WA, 1996

West Virginia

  1. History of the Beckley Jewish community – Abraham Isaac Shinedling, Beckley, WV, 1955
  2. West Virginia Jewry: origins and history, 1850-1958 – Abraham I Shinedling. Philadelphia, PA, Press of M. Jacobs, 1963

Wisconsin

  1. Guide to the Wisconsin Jewish archives at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin – Lindsay B. Nauen, Madison, WI, 1974
  2. Guide to Wisconsin Survivors of the Holocaust: A Documentation Project of the Wisconsin Jewish Archives – Sarah Leuchter, Madison, WI, State Hist. Soc. Of Wisc., 1983
  3. Index to deaths reported in “The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle” – Manning M. Bookstaff, Milwaukee, WI, M.M. Bookstaff, 1994-1997
  4. The golden land: 150 years of Jewish life in Milwaukee – Ruth Traxler. Milwaukee, WI, Sesquicentennial Celebration: Distributed by the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, 1994
  5. The history of the Jews of Milwaukee – Louis J. Swichkow and Lloyd P. Gartner, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1963
  6. The Pack Peddler – W. Lee Provol, Chicago, IL, Winston, 1937

Wyoming

  1. A guide to the Jewish Rockies, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming – Amy Shapiro; illustrated by Margaret Johnson, Denver, CO, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver, 1979
  2. Lest we forget: remembrances of Cheyenne’s Jews – Mark Elliott and Marie Still, Cheyenne, WY, Aaron Mountain Pub., 1990
  3. Pioneer Jews – A New Life in the Far West – Harriet and Fred Rochlin, Houghton Miflin Co., Boston, MA, 1984

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